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What features would you want in a new programming language?
5 projects | /r/ProgrammingLanguages | 3 Jan 2023
You should take a look at the language I’m developing, Mech: https://github.com/mech-lang/mech
How do you think of concurrency and parallelism and what would your dream syntax be for it?
2 projects | /r/ProgrammingLanguages | 6 Dec 2022
I'm working on a language called Mech (github.com/mech-lang/mech) that is semantically parallel and asynchronous first. You can write something like this:
Frustration: One Year with R
10 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 22 Mar 2022
> HN readers - do you have an "up and coming" language that you think has better structured the fundamentals from R, that you hope will someday have enough capabilities you can use it instead of R?
Hope is the operative word here!
I'm writing a language to compete in this area. It's called Mech and I'll be releasing the first beta in October. You can think of it like Matlab + Excel. It's very fast, has default-parallel semantics for operators and functions, and supports full interactive coding with no startup/compilation latency issues. It's meant for robots, but I've also designed it to be a better Matlab, and I think it should take on R handily. Fair warning, it's public alpha now so error messages are sparse and the happy path is narrow.
What are some alternatives?
rust-ndarray - ndarray: an N-dimensional array with array views, multidimensional slicing, and efficient operations
cheatsheets - Posit Cheat Sheets - Can also be found at https://posit.co/resources/cheatsheets/.
Frustration-One-Year-With-R - An extremely long review of R.
ggplot2-book - ggplot2: elegant graphics for data analysis
tokay - Tokay is a programming language designed for ad-hoc parsing, inspired by awk.
ggplot2 - An implementation of the Grammar of Graphics in R
dtplyr - Data table backend for dplyr
COVID-19 - Plots and analysis relating to the pandemic
forcats - 🐈🐈🐈🐈: tools for working with categorical variables (factors)
tidyr - Tidy Messy Data
ux-dataflow - UX-Dataflow is a streaming capable data multiplexer that allows you to aggregate data and then process it using a Chain of Responsibility design pattern.
awesome-web-scraping - List of libraries, tools and APIs for web scraping and data processing.